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Bayside Wholesaling has the following data for its three divisions for the year. Required: a. Compute the divisional gross margin, operating income, and net income for each of the divisions. Assume taxes are 30%. b. Calculate the gross margin ratio for each division. c. Calculate the operating margin ratio for each division. d. Calculate the profit margin ratio for each division. SB TH GMRevenues1,200,0003,800,0002,800,000Cost of Sales769,5001,900,0001,400,000Allocated Corporate OH72,000228,000210,000Other General & Administrative158,5001,100,0001,100,000 Solution (60,000) [200,000*.30] (171,600) [572000*.30] (27,000) [90,000*.30] b) 430,500/1,200,000 = 35.88% 1,900,000/3,800,000 = 50% 1,400,000/2,800,000 = 50% 200,000 /1,200,000 =16.67% 572,000 / 3,800,000 = 15.05% 90,000 /2,800,000 = 3.21% 140,000 / 1,200,000 = 11.67% 400,400 / 1,200,000 = 33.37% 63,000 / 2,800,000 = 2.25%GMSBTHRevenue1,200,0003,800,0002,800,000less:Cost of sales(769,500)(1,900,000)(1,400,000)Gross margin430,5001,900,0001,400,000less:Other general and adm.(158,500)(1,100,000)(1,100,000)allocated corporate OH(72,000 )(228,000)(210,000)operating income200,000572,00090,000less:Taxes (30% of operating income] (60,000) [200,000*.30] (171,600) [572000*.30] (27,000) [90,000*.30]net Income140,000.400,40063,000.

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